[Ebook] ➧ Balto: The dog who saved Nome By Margaret Davidson – Horse-zine.co.uk

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About the Author: Margaret Davidson

There is more than one author with this name

Margaret Davidson grew up in New York City. As a child, she always loved to read.

She has written many biographies, true stories about people's lives. Some famous people she has written biographies about are Helen Keller, Annie Sullivan, Eleanor Roosevelt, and Golda Meir.



10 thoughts on “Balto: The dog who saved Nome

  1. says:

    This book is an informational book about Balto, a sled dog that saved Nome, Alaska in 1925 from diphtheria. He was the lead sled dog in the final relay team that brought the life-saving serum to Nome, but was originally not thought to be a good leader. He braved strong winds and temperatures of -50 degrees to save the town’s children. The relay of dogs covered 700 miles in about 6 days.

    I recommend this book for children grades 1-4. In collaborative groups, students could research the annual Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race which commemorates this serum run. Then the groups could choose a method of delivering their research to the class (a skit, presentation, poster, etc.).


  2. says:

    This story is about a city in Alaska that was overtaken by an epidemic of diphtheria. The only way they would survive is if they got this specific medicine, but it was too icy and snowy for any transportation to take it, so they got dogs to take it over 600 miles. Leading the team was the strongest dog- Balto. Balto got them all the way to Nome to deliver the medicine.
    I loved this book just because I absolutely love dogs more than anything in the world.
    This would be great to read with students to show them the significance of that kind of illness.


  3. says:

    This book is about a sled dog named Balto who proved everyone wrong and saved a town in Alaska from a disease called diphtheria. He defeats cold temperatures and fights through hard situations, and he is able to get the medicine to the children in time. I always watched the movie about Balto as a child, but I had no idea that there was a book about it. I absolutely loved this book because it is a sweet story that always brings back memories of my childhood.


  4. says:

    Do you love a story with an underdog? This is definitely that book!! It surrounds a small town whose struck by terrible illness, and with medicine no where close, and a storm brewing, it seems almost impossible to save the town. A story of determination, heart, and almost impossible circumstance, this book will have you on the edge of your seat.


  5. says:

    An inspirational story about a heroic dog, something animal-loving children will really enjoy.


  6. says:

    balto is a brave and a saver


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